Former Governor of Ogun State, Otunba Gbenga Daniel has started his nationwide consultation visits to statesmen and stakeholders in the Nigerian political scene.
Daniel, who ruled Ogun State for eight years under the flagship of the People’s Democratic Party, PDP aims to become the National Chairman of the party and believes meeting with former leaders, elder statesmen and other stakeholders of the party across the federation will be of a great advantage to him.
The CEO of engineering firm, Kresta Laurel has taken a time off the political scene since leaving office in 2011 and believes it’s high time he came in as the leading voice of the party adjudged previously as the biggest in Africa. Alongside Daniel in the visit to General Abubakar were; Mrs. Chinwe Monu-Olarewaju Esq from Delta State, former members of the Ogun State House of Assembly Honourable Kayode Amusan and Honourable Gbenga Oduwaiye, Ibrahim Sidi Bamalli, Nicholas Mscheliza, Secretary, Northern Elders Council and John Adenekan.
This visit will be the second in a series of consultation tours made by the former governor to put party chieftains and members in the spirit of togetherness as he seeks their support in the national chairmanship election.
Recall that Daniel had previously paid a visit to another former Head of State, General Ibrahim Babangida with the hope of consolidating on his efforts towards being the winner of the upcoming party elections.
Daniel, who doubles as an entrepreneur and a strong voice for the possession of good leadership qualities has received encouraging words from far and near for his decision to contest for the party’s big seat.
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